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Is the seal one of your child’s favorite animals? Are you looking for seal coloring sheets to supplement your child’s knowledge of Arctic animals? Then you have come to the right place!

Seals are one of the friendliest animals you can come across. They usually inhabit the polar and sub-polar regions. Here is a small collection of seal coloring pages suitable for toddlers, second graders, kindergarteners, and preschoolers.

1. Harp Seal:

The adorable seal you see here is the harp seal. The harp seals are very furry. They are usually black or brown in color, but your child can use any color he likes. You will find these seals along the coasts of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans.

2. Sea Lion:

Introduce your child to Sea Lion with our coloring sheet. Sea Lions are the ‘second cousins’ of seals. Do you know the difference between seal and sea lion? Seals are furry with stubby feet and thin, webbed flippers. On the other hand, Sea Lions are petite with elongated fore flippers. Sea lions are very noisy while seals are quieter and more articulate.

[ Read: Seahorse Coloring Pages ]

3. Leopard Seal:

The Leopard Seal is the second largest species of all seals. They are very strong and tend to take over the areas where they reside. These dark gray seals can weigh up to a whopping 1300 pound. You will find leopard seals mainly in the Antarctic regions. Those who prefer warmer climates reside in New Zealand, South Africa, and Australia.

4. Harbor Seal:

Harbor is one of the smallest species of seal. These seals vary widely in color. They can be gray, white, tan or dark brown in color. The unique feature of harbor seal is their V-shaped nostril that you will not find in any other species of seal. You will find harbor seals residing near the Arctic coastline.

5. Circus Seal:

Seals are great circus performers. In fact, they are acrobats of the ocean. This cool guy here is doing great with his balancing skills. But, he looks dull without any colors. So tell your child to splash some colors to complement his balancing act.

[ Read: Dolphin Coloring Pages ]

6. Octopus And Seal:

Celebrate this sea animal’s friendship with the octopus with the adorable coloring sheet. The seal and octopus look like great friends here. But what are they talking about here? Is the octopus warning the seal about the shark? Have your child write a short story about their friendship. It will improve his composition skills.

7. Cartoon Seal:

Here is one of the cute seal colouring pages. This jolly seal is happily going to his school. All he needs is some color. Tell your child to use his imagination to fill this amusing scene with bright colors. Ask him to name the seal here.

[ Read: Shark Coloring Pages ]

8. Polar Bear And Seal:

This slippery seal has a gala time basking in the sun with his friend the polar bear. The diagram looks beautiful, but it lacks a critical detail. So tell your child to draw a backdrop before going ahead with the coloring. This coloring sheet is great for kids, as it will require him to work on his fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

9. Walrus:

The walrus is also a cousin of seal. It belongs to the Odobenidae family. A unique feature of the walrus is their tusks. Both male and female walruses have tusks. They use these overgrown teeth to pull themselves out of the water. You will find these mustached seals near the Arctic Circle.

[ Read: Starfish Coloring Pages ]

10. Northern Elephant Seal:

Here is a coloring sheet of a Northern Elephant Seal. This seal is smaller than most of the seals. They have a trunk similar to elephants, which gave them the name. Northern Elephant Seals are usually light gray to black in color, but your child is free to use any color he likes.

Our 10 free printable seal coloring pages are sure to intrigue your child. Use these sea coloring sheets for your child’s science projects and see his marks soar. Which of these seal pictures to color did your child like the most?

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